Is Parkinson’s a form of...

Yes, Parkinson’s disease is a type of Dementia. It is a progressive disorder that affects changes in the body movement. The average age of onset of Parkinson’s disease is 60 years and the longer somebody has it, the more likely they are to develop dementia. What causes the illness? What are the symptoms, risk factors […]

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Dementia Caregiver Stress

Frankly, caregiving is not an easy task to do. The role of a caregiver demands more patience, better understanding, self-discipline, above all a scads of responsibilities. If you are into this role, firstly, pat yourself on your back, you are doing a fabulous job! A recent study published by the National Academy of Science suggests […]

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Dementia Caregiver: Top Five T...

Are you a dementia caregiver? Reading this blog may assist you in caring for your family member or adored one suffering from dementia.   The fact is: caring for someone with dementia is not easy. At a point, it might make you feel quite exhausting. To subdue those situations, you need to learn more about […]

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Long Term Care for Dementia

If you have a loved one with dementia and you’re caring for them, it’s important for you to understand options for long term care for dementia. Remember that you also need to carefully evaluate the quality and service of care. Here’s help for you on how and what to know about long term dementia care. […]

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Warning Signs of Drug abuse in...

It’s not groundbreaking news that the teenage can be one of the most difficult periods of one’s life. The lives of millions of teens experience physical, mental, and emotional growth. But not every teenager handles this growth in the same way. And not every parent of a teenager knows exactly how to cope with during […]

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Yes! Am a Schizophrenic so what?

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“If there is a survivor who conquered the everlasting nightmare of schizophrenia definitely he/she capable of waving his victory flag in all the unfortunate events in the life.”

Hello, am Raj. A thriving and lucrative writer in a private organization and a fruitful survivor of schizophrenia. Whenever people meet me, they will bring a common question to my table “what helped you recover from schizophrenia?”

my response will be quite simple – “I never skipped my medication whatsoever”

I strongly believe and suggest to all those suffering individuals and the family members out there – When ‘I’ become ‘we’ illness becomes wellness! right. Just blindly believe in the professionals, treatments, therapies, and most importantly self-belief.

Not all schizophrenics are violent:

Though it was diagnosed at my early age, I was too late to get the maturity to accept and get the right information to follow the conventional treatments for this so-called disorder schizophrenia.I discovered that mental illness is nothing to be worried or ashamed of, which was necessary for me to admit it.

The process of recovering transformation is not an apple in the tree that you can stroll straight away, pluck and put into the pocket, instead you need to have patience, knowledge, and courage. I was fortunate to have a bunch of companions to take care of me despite knowing the thing that I’m under. Still, a portion people in this world believe that the individuals with schizophrenia are vicious. But the fact is that they aren’t.

Writing has helped me express better:

I feel very comfortable and blessed with the job what I have right now. It is like a dream come true. I got this job when my symptoms and the medication where at its peak. I love my writing because it gives the exact fuel to my happiness and makes the day belong to me. Most importantly it makes me forget all my sufferings and pains. Furthermore, it makes others see me as a normal person. I would advise everyone to engage in something creative, it helps!  It can be an immeasurable way to feel better and to do something effective.

Things that gave me hope and helped me cope with schizophrenia:

  • A great gift I got was  ‘writing’. It helped me stay balanced without losing my insight about schizophrenia.
  • The respect and the ovation that the people give to my creativity, knowledge, skill, and hard work motivated me, provoking me to do better.
  • I was married before being diagnosed with schizophrenia. The love and care that she gave, gave me strength through my road to restoration. I don’t want to lose her at any time, at any cost.
  • Last but not least is my treatments, the therapies which give all my wishlist an oxygen and getting my productive life back from schizophrenia.

It is all about endurance to the medical practice:

Treatments and therapies matter a lot. If you are still holding it up tightly inside, it’s not worth it. It’s ok to talk about your illnesses as said earlier nothing to be ashamed of. Reach out to a professional ASAP.

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